HENRI Hotel, a subsidiary of DSR Hotel Holding GmbH, will develop a 145-room hotel with modern amenities while preserving the historic charm of the fish market halls in Cuxhaven

Alter Fischereihafen (AFH) Project Overcomes Market Challenges with €100 Million Investment

CUXHAVEN, Germany, 2024-May-17 — /Travel PR News/ — In a bold move amidst challenging market conditions, Alter Fischereihafen Cuxhaven GmbH (AFH GmbH) has just announced on EuropaWire the green light for the first phase of construction in the historic “Alter Fischereihafen” (AFH) project. The €100 million investment marks a significant step forward in revitalizing Cuxhaven’s old fishing port into a vibrant hub for tourists and locals alike.

Anchoring Tradition and Modernity: HENRI Hotel Unveiled

At the heart of this redevelopment lies the HENRI Hotel, a fusion of tradition and modernity set to grace the historic fish market halls ‘Fischhallen’ V and VI. HENRI Hotel Cuxhaven GmbH, a subsidiary of DSR Hotel Holding GmbH, plans to infuse the 145-room hotel with the rich ambiance of the historic fish market while embracing contemporary design elements, promising an inspiring experience for guests.

Karl J. Pojer, CEO of DSR Hotel Holding, expresses excitement about the venture, emphasizing the innovative concept aimed at offering a blend of tradition and modernity in an unparalleled setting.

Transformative Renovations: A Glimpse into the Future

The first construction phase entails the complete modernization of Fish Halls IV, V, and VI, alongside the renovation of the quay wall and the historic fishing net repair hall. These renovations not only preserve the maritime-commercial character of AFH but also set the stage for future development phases.

Collaborative Efforts: Strong Partnerships Drive Progress

The project’s success is attributed to the collaborative efforts of various stakeholders. Norbert Plambeck, Managing Partner of Plambeck Holding GmbH, acknowledges the support from blueorange Development Partner GmbH, Volksbank BRAWO, and a consortium of banks, highlighting their pivotal role in realizing the AFH vision.

Looking Ahead: A Beacon of Progress

With construction set to commence in the fall of 2024, the AFH project heralds a new era for Cuxhaven’s waterfront. Martin Pietsch, Managing Director of blueorange Development Partner GmbH, expresses enthusiasm for the project’s potential to attract new visitors and opportunities to the region.

As the AFH project unfolds, it not only promises to breathe new life into Cuxhaven’s historic port but also stands as a testament to the power of collaboration and innovation in overcoming market challenges.

For more information on the AFH project and HENRI Hotels, visit www.henri-hotels.com.

SOURCE: EuropaWire